UK Plaintext Forecasts

title: Mountain Forecasts
location: East Highland
time: 1703
IssuedDate: Thursday, 23 March 2017

Element: Blizzards
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Heavy snow
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Storm force winds
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Gales
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Severe chill effect
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Persistent extensive hill fog
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Thunderstorms
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Heavy persistent rain
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Strong sunlight
Risk: Medium
Comments: Long periods of sunshine with strong glare off any lying snow.
Overview: Dry with some spells of hazy sunshine.

Forecast_Day0: 

Weather: Dry throughout. A cold and quite frosty start in the glens. Some hazy sunshine by day but high cloud will spoil the sunshine at times.
Visibility: Rather hazy at first at lower elevations otherwise very good. Good air clarity.
HillFog: Majority of summits free of cloud through the day.
MaxWindLevel: 600m
MaxWind: West or northwesterly 20 mph
TempLowLevel: Minus 2 rising to plus 10 Celsius
TempHighLevel: Minus 1 rising to plus 1 Celsius
FreezingLevel: 600 metres, rising to 1000 metres but above the summits across the north

Forecast_Day1: 

Weather: Some early frost otherwise another dry day to come with plenty of sunshine. Light winds. Becoming very mild at lower elevations.
Visibility: Very good with very good air clarity.
HillFog: Nil expected.
MaxWindLevel: 600m
MaxWind: West or southwest 15 mph
TempLowLevel: Minus 1 rising to 14 Celsius.
TempHighLevel: Plus 3 Celsius
FreezingLevel: 1000 to 1200 metres, but above summit level in the far north at first
Outlook_Day2: Staying dry but some cloud may develop across eastern ranges later in the day along with a freshening southeasterly wind.
Outlook_Day3: Likely to be cloudy across southern and eastern ranges with extensive hill fog. Best of the clearer conditions aross the northwest. Brisk southeasterly winds on the tops.
Outlook_Day4: Staying dry but a good deal of cloud is likely especially across the south and east where it may linger over the tops.

Issued by the Met Office

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